- Send an Enrollment Confirmation Form no later than May 1. Mail all documents using U.S. Certified Mail with a Return Receipt or FedEx / UPS tracking services.
- Take AP® Tests the first weeks in May.
- If you did not get accepted to any college (or to the college of your choice), several schools still have available spaces. Go to the database: "NACAC Survey: Space and Financial Aid Still Available For Students On College Campuses" and search for colleges with openings for incoming freshmen.
- Keep focused on academics. If your final semester grades drop significantly, your college has the right to place you on academic probation or revoke its offer of admission.
- Work with your college to complete and return all necessary forms. Respond promptly to additional requests for information from your college.
- Contact your college to see if math and foreign language placement tests are required. Many colleges and universities require incoming freshmen to take math and foreign language placement tests BEFORE they are allowed to pre-register for fall classes.
- Work with your parents to create a budget plan for next year. Review the results from the Cost / Financial Aid Comparison Spreadsheet to see how much you and your family are expected to pay for college from cash and loans.